Tips for Bloggers to Remember

My Sunday morning reading included the article “Ten Things Every Blogger Should Remember“.  If you’ve been a reader of this blog, you know that I’m a sucker for posts like this!  I find the perspectives very helpful as I try to get my head wrapped around my own blogging. I also like to think thatContinue reading “Tips for Bloggers to Remember”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

It was another wonderful week of reading the great stuff from Ontario Edubloggers.  Here is a sampling of the great articles that appeared there this week. Restarting the Blog Thing First of all…welcome back…@peachyteachy As a result of some discussion on Twitter about the value of blogging as a professional endeavour for educators, she’s startedContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Making Your Blog a Success

Much has been written about blogging in education.  I read a couple of posts this morning that got me thinking more about it.  One was from George Couros titled “Isolation is now a choice educators make“.  Given how easy it is to get connected and how I can speak from experience to the number of ideas I personally getContinue reading “Making Your Blog a Success”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

There’s nothing I like better than reading posts that make me think – about my practice, how I approach things, or things that just make me dig deeper.  There was no shortage of those things this week.  Here’s a few of what appeared on the blogs of Ontario Educators recently. Some favourite web sites toContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Tips and Advice and A Reflection

Regular readers know that I’m a sucker for these types of posts.  I find them a great chance to do a little self-analysis about the content of this blog and I do hope that the articles find their way into your collection of resources to use in the your own blogging classroom.  While I’m aContinue reading “Tips and Advice and A Reflection”